· 25-minute sessions teaching research skills
· Held in the Library's classroom A-1102, D2L Virtual Classroom, or Zoom
· Choose one or more to fit your class period and instructional needs
Request a Research Workshop Research Workshop online request form
Note: The Library will reserve the Mobile Laptop Lab for your students to use during the workshops.
This workshop introduces students to our library and its services, such as the Library's MyKC site, library catalog, article databases, and Interlibrary Loan.
In this workshop, students will learn how to use EBSCO Host and other online search tools to find both popular and scholarly literature. The learning activity covers search strategies and guidance for citing online articles.
Students create citations using MLA, APA, or CSE Style and receive immediate feedback. Librarians will provide a variety of source types for students to practice with.
Students will learn what constitutes academic dishonesty and will practice paraphrasing source material in order to avoid plagiarism.
Request a customized workshop just for your students! Fill out the "Build Your Own" box on the online request form, or contact Carol directly.
Office: A1106 (in the Library)
Office: A1112 (in the Library)
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If you think any of these activities would help your students succeed in your class, contact Carol for more info firstname.lastname@example.org
With this worksheet, students will:
Students discover the process of peer review, and learn how to find scholarly literature.
Students learn how to think critically about information on the web.
Students learn how to obtain sources cited in a Wikipedia reference list.